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CJ Challenges Engineers to Help Block Ghana’s Infrastructure Development Losses
Ghana’s Chief Justice, Gertrude Torkornoo, has urged engineers to make ethical principles a priority in their work to block the losses the country incurs in infrastructural development. The call is backed by a study conducted in Ghana between 2014 and 2017 by Dr Martin Williams, which estimated that Ghana loses up to US$25 million annually via unfinished projects.
Game over for globalisation?
Dean Ngaire Woods on Barry Eichengreens’ argument that the financial crisis and Covid-19 might have ended globalisation had major governments not changed tack ,and his concern that no such effective change of tack is occurring in respect of the China-US relationship today.
The first Dame Louise Richardson Professor in Global Security discusses the state of the world and how good government matters more than ever.
Janina Dill, the first Dame Louise Richardson Professor in Global Security discusses the state of the world and how good government matters more than ever.
Ecuador: Gang-ruled prisons, assassinated politicians and a drug lord's killing
As the ongoing crime wave in Ecuador shows no signs of abating, Annette Idler, Associate Professor in Global Security and Director of the Minerva Global Security Programme, says the problem cannot be solved by Ecuador alone; there needs to be a regional approach with investment in development, sustainability and building capacity across multiple countries.
Britain’s government wastes time — not money
Thomas Elston's 'one-shot-bias' concept is referenced to demonstrate how ambitious UK Ministers tend to overlook everyday management challenges in pursuit of radical new reforms, resulting in a misallocation of civil servants' time.
UK allocates £13m to boost use of artificial intelligence in healthcare
Heywood Fellow Jonathan Black, along with Matt Clifford, chief executive of Entrepreneur First, will lead efforts to bring together AI leaders, companies and experts from across the world for the first international summit on the responsible deployment of AI, hosted by the UK.